Bad Boy Brody by Tijan
Publication date: May 7, 2018
Genre: Romantic Suspense
One punch took him from Hollywood’s Golden Boy to Bad Boy Brody.
The media didn’t care he was grieving his brother’s death. They descended on him, but to change his reputation, his manager got him a deal.
Act in an indie film, one that already had Oscar buzz, and he’d get the movie roles he needed to secure his future.
He took the deal.
Yet he wasn’t prepared for the real-life people behind the script. He wasn’t prepared for the murder the movie was based on. And he really wasn’t prepared for her, the biggest secret of all.
She was wild. She was beautiful. She defied gravity.
But was she the leading role that would tame him?
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Panty Scorching: 5
Overall Rating: 4.25 Stars
Reviewed by Robin
Still grieving his brother’s death, Bad Boy Brody is set to act in an indie film based on a real-life event. On the family’s land, he encounters her in all her “wild”. Who is she? He wasn’t prepared to feel so drawn to her and her world. She seemed as untamed as the mustangs but would she be able to tame him?
“We were synced. Maybe we always had been. It was something deeper than us. I felt it when I first saw her on that horse, crossing in front of my car. It’d been there the whole time, like we were literal soul mates.”
This story was just so different from anything I’ve read lately. Brody is a damaged, bad boy actor that is still dealing with the death of his brother and he’s filming a movie on Morgan’s land. Morgan is this wild woman that is living with mustangs. I could feel their instant attraction and curiosity about each other draw them together. It almost reminded me of the story of Tarzan and his introduction back into society. At times, I just didn’t know what the future could hold for these two when they both came from such different worlds. And not only that but they were both still dealing with grief and the trauma from having close relatives pass away right in front of you. The gradual closeness between Brody and Morgan was touching to see and I liked the changing dynamics with her family. I definitely got some feels while reading this one but felt like the ending was a bit rushed and had me worried. My angst was starting to wind up and I was like…why are there so many issues unresolved? But overall I really enjoyed the concept of this unique story.
Every single Tijan book I read has always drawn me in and feel deeply whatever the characters are going through. I cried for these two being from two separate worlds. It spoke to my soul on so many different levels.